Chondon

Chondon

 

a river in the Yakut ASSR. The Chondon is 606 km long and drains an area of 18,900 sq km. It rises on the slopes of the Selenniakh Range and flows mainly through the Iana-Indi-girka Lowland before emptying into Chondon Bay of the Laptev Sea. The river is fed by snow and rain. It freezes over in late September or early October, and the ice breaks up in June. The river is sometimes entirely frozen. Fish found near the mouth of the Chondon include the arctic cisco, the least cisco, the nelma, and the muksun.

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Nouman Gymkhana 173: (Mubashir 39, Amjad 34, Afzal 24; Sharaf 3 for 31, Arham 3 for 33, Chondon 2 for 28, Faraz 2 for 36) lost to Tigers 174 for 3 off 17.2 overs: (Kamran Butt 99, Sajid Nawaz 55 by 7 wkts.
They are isolated geographically by mountain ridges and major rivers, and are named the Leno-Olenek, Predverkhoyansk, Yana, Chondon, Momo-Selenyakh, Indigirka, and Kolyma populations.
Her father, Chondon, 60, told a rare double Fatal Accident Inquiry that the family made several calls to NHS 24 last October telling them Shomi was ill and had suffered meningitis eight years before.
The pictures of Caroline Habib, Poppy Hughes, Piers Jackson and Alexia Chondon de Courcel (who are these people?) stare out at me with a look of desperation - desperate for attention.
Joan Pearce Chondon (London: Royal Institute for International Affairs, 1983) pp.
Riyadh took 4 wickets while Chondon and Sharaf got 2 wickets each for Tigers.
Santalaceae Shet chondon 39 Solanum Solanaceae Kontikari lasiocarpum Dunal 40 Withania somnifera Solanaceae Ashwagond ha (L.) Dunal 41 Abroma augusta L.
Chondon Miah, 60, heard a nurse adviser tell his daughter Shomi she was suffering from "flu-like" symptoms.
Her dad Chondon believes her death could have been avoided.